The American Goliah and other Fantastic Reports of Unknown Giants and Humongous Creatures
From the Publisher:
“Wonderful Scientific Discovery?”
“Human Oddity? Outrageous Hoax? Related to the Nephilim of Genesis?
“A giant of stone of remarkable dimensions was uncovered over a century ago!
Here is the full report, including scientific statements that when stood upright the figure was nearly eleven feet high, and its head nearly double the size of any ordinary human. Because it was removed from the ground in upstate New York, some confuse it with the much more controversial Cardiff Giant. But this amazing discovery stands alone among those who dare question its authenticity. But, where is the Giant today? Can it still be viewed by the public, or have archaeological knaves whisked it away so it cannot be examined under today’s more favorable laboratory conditions?
HERE’S THE ORIGINAL 100 page REPORT!
In addition, this newly released work includes new material by today’s top researchers:
“South America’s Giant Ufonauts” by Scott Corrales—News of an alleged 3 meter-tall non-human entity shambling toward a roadside in Chile (March 2010), brought back memories o the giant UFO occupants, commonly reported in the 1950’s and 60’s, usually in Argentina, Brazil and Chile, although cases in Spain and even the USA were reported.
“The Cardiff Giant comes alive!” by Nick Redfern—“Believed to be a hoax, I was lecturing near the Museum where the Giant is still on display. But, there’s a very weird story that goes along with the viewing of this famous artifact that deals with what sounds like a Tulpa-type sighting of the Cardiff Giant—as if the legend had come to life because of belief in it.”
“Anthropoids, Giants and Mammoths” by Harold T. Wilkins-- Here is evidence that so-called prehistoric monsters and giants, were contemporaneous with ancient and perhaps modern man.
Author: Beckley, Timothy Green, Editor
TITLE: The American Goliah and other Fantastic Reports of Unknown Giants and Humongous Creatures
Format: Softbound Large, 158 pgs.
Publisher: Global Communications
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Weight: 2 lbs.